About Emergency Dental Care
Special dental problems (such as a cracked tooth, toothache, jaw pain, and more) insist on rapid relief. If these mouth emergencies happen, patients near the Cary, NC area are encouraged to phone our dentists at DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads for assistance and relief. Our dentists will respond to each question regarding the patient’s dental emergency and go over short-term relief and long-term treatments. If calling during normal office hours, the patient is generally asked to visit DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads for treatment, although for concerns that happen after the office closes, our dentists will be called and given the patient’s contact information, so our dentists can help the patient determine the most suitable plan. Patients can also make an appointment at DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads 24/7 on the website for issues that don’t need fast care.
"Staff was friendly and professional, always great to visit!"- J.H. / Google / Mar 16, 2019
"The wait wasn't long and everyone treated me really well. I had to be somewhere immediately after my visit and just as promised, they had me out in time, and I didn't have to rush."- S.W. / Google / Mar 14, 2019
"Amazing staff and service! Had cleaning and some bonding work done and I’m so pleased! Highly recommend them!"- E.N. / Google / Mar 11, 2019
"Very caring people they went out of their way to get my broken tooth taken care of . Every one there is very nice and helpful they always make sure you get in as soon as possible"- D.U. / Yelp / Mar 04, 2019
"Great first experience. Incredible friendly staff."- J.E. / Google / Feb 27, 2019
What to Expect
For after-hours dental emergencies, the patient is advised to phone DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads and give a message to our answering service. Our dentists (or another approved dentist, if our dentists are not available) is phoned and the patient’s message and contact information is passed on to our dentists, who will call the patient. Commonly emergencies can be resolved with a prescription submitted to a pharmacy and the patient is asked to visit DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads when the office opens. If the patient has a more serious problem of uncontrollable bleeding, extreme pain, and/or signs of an infection fever and swelling, our dentists will generally send the patient right away to an emergency room if it is during non-office hours.
Our dentists will often schedule a second appointment to monitor the patient’s progress or to complete the needed treatments. Our dentists will talk to each patient regarding individual care guidelines that should be followed precisely for better healing. Patients should continue to schedule yearly dental exams and bi-annual dental cleanings at DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads so our dentists can spot and avoid any future concerns that may need emergency care.
Dental emergencies should not be ignored due to money problems. DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads will talk to the patient’s insurance company to find their best coverage. DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads accepts several payment methods and connects patients with financing options to make fast dental care reasonably priced.
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Relief Right Now
It seems like the most important dental emergencies, such as a lost filling or cracked tooth, tend to happen when they are least welcome. Luckily, DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads offers emergency dental care. If you have a concern that needs urgent care our dentists at DentalWorks - Cary Crossroads will do their best to get treatment to you as soon as possible.
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